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Rightscorp Innovative Business Model Persuades File Sharing Users to Pay Intellectual Property Holders: Updates on Recent Coverage

NEW YORK, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A California company, Rightscorp, Inc. (OTCQB: RIHT) is receiving the blessing of major music and movie studios by going after illegal distributors on file-sharing sites in a different way than previous enforcement methods. Shareholders seem encouraged as well, especially since this type of low-level piracy is likely to continue.

Hopefully, you don't run across Rightscorp except in your regular reports of stock market activity.

For the last year, the company has posted excellent earnings and the stock price has generally tracked in a positive direction.

However, some Internet users may someday run into Rightscorp in a different capacity especially if they upload illegal copies of movies, music or software to file-sharing sites. The company's specialized software frequents major peer-to-peer sites and if it detects someone distributing items they don't have the rights to, especially a repeat offender, they'll send them a letter advising them of the violation and requesting a $20 settlement for the copyright holder. Refuse and you could be liable for a larger fine and being dropped by your Internet Service Provider.

It's an interesting business model – much less heavy-handed than some of the online intellectual property enforcement companies, which seem more eager to drag offenders into court or push for fines in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. It also is a sensible approach to combating online piracy – though there are those who advocate the free trafficking of data, copyright holders lose billions each year because of the practices.

To read more details of Rightscorp's business model, early successes, U.S. and global market opportunities read this report. http://bit.ly/RIHTAnalystReport  copy and paste may be required

MetaStat, Inc. (OTCQB: MTST) experienced a large gain in both volume and PPS last week. Mon. Feb. 24th saw a consolidation from the previous week which saw gains of 41%. The stock price has retraced and is now offering investors another excellent opportunity to enter. MetaStat's recent rise in PPS and volume is due to an increased awareness of the company's proprietary platform technology that has developed and commercialized diagnostics and novel therapeutics for the early and reliable prediction and treatment of systemic metastatic cancer.

Fresh Healthy Vending International, Inc. (OTCQB: VEND) stock price has been on a steady increase from the start of 2014. The stock has increased by an amazing 135% since we initiated coverage on Jan. 27, 2014. This rapid increase is due in part to expansion of locations, a new CFO, and recruiting of star power, former baseball player Steve Finley, to act as a spokesman for the company. Stay tuned as VEND continues to increase their marketing efforts.

CEL-SCI, Corp. (NYSE: CVM) reported Q1 2014 results on Feb. 11th, 2014 with enthusiastic results from investors. The stock took a meteoric rise to $1.30 from $1.13, representing a 15% gain in one trading day. The stock has since retraced and is trading consistently in the $1.14 to $1.20 range. 

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